ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF PSYCHIATRY IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AND PSYCHIATRIC CARE STRUCTURE AT THE EXAMPLE OF GERMANY


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Abstract

The review of psychiatric diseases prevalence in European countries, their significance, economic and human losses are considered in the present paper. Detailed statistical data on specificity of psychiatric morbidity and financing of public health system are presented. Further growth in invalidity of the population and economic costs for treatment of psychoneurological diseases at the example of Germany is shown. Psychiatric care structure of the Federative Republic of Germany and its basic components are disclosed.

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V A Kazhin

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